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ABC
Jan 17, 2014 12:37am PST
to be gaining traction. byron pitts is there to face off with the young radical. >> at first glance, 22-year-old matt heinbach is a country music loving, church going, have a beer with his buddy kid who just graduated college, who looks like a friendly enough neighbor. >> my name is matt, how you doing? >> but beware. >> oh, fantastic. >> beneath the big smile and the folks he charms, he's been called the future of organized hate in america. and he's on a mission. >> practice, practice, anti-gay. >> you say people of color, jews are predators. >> disproportionately. >> they deserve a short drop with a tight rope around their neck. >> should we ask third world immigrants to go home? >> do you consider yourself a racist? >> sure. so what? i call it natural. >> being a racist is natural? >> luing one's people is natural. >> yes, matt loves his people and he loves his country, too. you see for him, this land is his land. >> i would say my ancestors have made it mine to a certain extent. but every american can make that claim. there are blacks, his panics, muslims who shed blood for this nation.
ABC
Jan 9, 2014 5:30pm PST
vermont, of all places. addiction and overdose on the rise. why there? here's abc's byron pitts. >> reporter: even a pristine place like vermont has a major drug problem. most especially heroin. >> in every corner of our state, heroin and opiate drug addiction threatens us. >> reporter: the governor devoted his entire state of the state speech to this one issue. forcefully calling to have this gripping documentary on vermont's drug addiction, shown in schools statewide. >> the first pill i used was a percocet, and vicodin. and then, it moved on to oxycontin. and then, it went to heroin. >> reporter: why vermont? one theory, higher prices in this rural area. that means bigger profits for dealers. nationwide, more people die of drug overdoses than from motor vehicle crashes. that's triple the number from 1990. as we discovered on a recent ride along with police in new jersey, heroin is cheap and readily available. >> heroin is much, much, cheaper than prescription medication. >> reporter: give me the ratio. >> a 30 milligram oxycodone pill, $30. an 80 milligram oxycontin, $80. a b
ABC
Jan 14, 2014 5:30pm PST
? and space heaters are blamed for more than 1,000 fires every year. so, abc's byron pitts decided to investigate and showed us what can happen and how to avoid it. >> reporter: we see it every winter. homes destroyed. lives lost. it's often the same culprit. >> we're leaning towards the space heater on the second floor. >> reporter: electric space heaters are involved in 1,200 fires every year, an estimated 70 people killed, causing $53 million in property loss. >> it's about 800 right now. >> reporter: wow. who knew it got that hot? and that's part of the problem. people don't realize how much heat a space heater puts out. with the help of the jersey city, new jersey, fire department, we placed a flammable material, a towel, on top of a space heater. let's see how long that takes. in 30 seconds, there's smoke. firefighters told us, a small room could fill up with toxic fumes quickly. a minute later, embers. flakes of fire that could spread elsewhere. most often, when a flammable material is placed too close to a space heater, this is what can happen. so, rule number one, keep the
ABC
Jan 4, 2014 12:35am PST
're phasing them out. is this the end of a $10 candy >>> good evening. thank you for joining us. i'm byron pitts. it is a new year, if your resolution has anything to do with taking control of your finances, tonight we'll show you how to navigate a real gift exchange, that is turning all unwanted gifts into money you can actually use. ugly sweaters, unnecessary appliances, abc's paula faris has an inside look at a real gold mine that starts at home. >> five, four, three -- >> reporter: the holidays have come and gone. leaving most of us exhausted. but even with a major snowstorm and freezing temperature thousands blasting the country, don't hide in your house till spring. january is the best time of year to take all of those unwanted gifts and turn them into cash. >> last year, retailers had $264 billion of merchandise returned. so for 2013 into 2014 it will be bigger. >> that $264 billion is hiding in most of our homes. >> hi, i'm paula. >> reporter: meet a party planner and stay at home mom. dad works in software industry. >> what did you get for christmas? >> reporter: like so many pare
ABC
Jan 16, 2014 12:37am PST
as an ugly baby. and now a look ahead to a shocking investigation on tomorrow night's show with abc's byron pitts. a. >> at first glance, this 22-year-old is a country music lo loving, church going, have a beer with his buddies kid who just graduated college. but beware. beneath the big smile and folksy charm is a young man who's been called the future of organized hate in america. >> fascist, fascist, anti-gay. >> you say people of color, jews are predators? >> disproportionately. >> jews have a monopoly on suffering it seems. they deserve a short drop with a tight rope around their neck. >> should we ask the immigrants to go home? >> you consider yourself a racist? >> sure. so what? i call it natural. >> being a racist is natural. loving one's people is natural. >> wow. white supremist, the young and the racist. thanks for watching. "world news now" is coming up with overnight breaking news. as always, we're online at abc news.com. good night. you've got to try this sweet & sour chicken helper. i didn't know they made chicken. crunchy taco or four cheese lasagna? can i get another one of
ABC
Jan 10, 2014 1:40am PST
on what he calls a full-blown heroine crisis affecting his state. more from byron pitts. >> reporter: even a pristine place like vermont has a drug problem, most especially her owen. >> heroine and opiate addiction threaten us. >> reporter: forcefully called this gripping documentary on vermont drug addiction shown in schools statewide. >> first use was percocet and vicodin and then it moved on to oxycontin and then it went to heroine. >> reporter: why vermont? one theory, higher prices in this rural area, which means bigger profits for dealers. nationwide more people die from drug overdose than motor vehicle crashes. that's triple the number from 1990. as we discovered on a recent ride-along with police in new jersey, heroine is cheap and readily available. >> it's much, much cheaper than prescription. >> reporter: give me the ratio. >> 30 milligram oxycontin, $30. 80 milligram oxycontin, $80. a bag of heroine, $40. >> reporter: a governor joined the chorus of concern. america can no longer arrest its way out of its diction to heroine. byron pitts, abc news. >>> thick fog is blamed for a
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